Colleges in Crisis: An Investigation into American Higher Education During World War I
SubjectHigher Education; World War I; Colleges; Student Army Training Corps; Franklin and Marshall College; Millersville University; Howard University; Byrn Mawr College; Preparedness; Volunteerism; College Students
Colleges in Crisis: An Investigation into American Higher Learning During World War I is about the changes to student life at colleges and universities across America in WWI. It is a comparative study at four institutions in particular, Franklin & Marshall College, Millersville University, Howard University, and Bryn Mawr College. The paper looks at student preparedness campaigns, fundraising and volunteerism efforts, the Studentsnull Army Training Corps, and other obstacles facing the institutions.
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